Agent Video Intelligence, a provider of open architecture video analytics solutions, announced the inauguration of its Singapore subsidiary, Agent Video Intelligence Pte. Ltd. Agent Vi Singapore will be responsible for sales and marketing activities in the South-East Asia region, with a focus on Singapore, Thailand, and Hong Kong.

Global expansion

Agent Vi established its Singapore office following several years of successful activity in the South-East Asia region, including the formation of partnerships with dozens of local resellers and successful deployment of numerous video analytics projects in the private and public sectors. Agent Vi's local sales activities will be headed by Mr. Kelvin Lim, who has spent over a decade in a variety of sales and sales engineering roles in the security industry, as well as several years in law enforcement serving as a member of the Singapore police force.

Itsik Kattan, CEO of Agent Vi, comments, "In line with our continued global expansion, we are proud to establish our Singapore office and expect to set up additional offices in Asia this year. Singapore has one of the most developed approaches to Safe Cities, which correlates with Agent Vi's strategic focus on the safe city sector, and we expect that our local presence will contribute to becoming an even more influential player in regional safe city programs."

Video analytics

Ariel Frischoff, VP Sales EMEA & APAC, comments, "We are excited to establish a local presence in Asia and have Kelvin Lim join our team. Kelvin brings many years of industry experience and will be a driving force for our continued growth in the region, in cooperation with our channel partners."

Kelvin Lim, Regional Sales Manager, South-East Asia, comments, "The video analytics market has reached a level of maturity which presents tremendous opportunities, and accordingly, it is very attractive to many customers in the region. I'm excited to join the most reputable company in the video analytics space, and look forward to bringing Agent Vi’s solutions to the Asian market."